14 Como Street
Otago
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14 Como Street Otago
proudly marketed by
Bayleys Metro – MREINZ
Some houses come to the market every few years, others once in a lifetime - 14 Como street is in the latter category having not been listed for sale since 1959. I am absolutely delighted to be tasked with the responsibility of finding a new family to take ownership of this much-loved home. This blank canvas provides the successful purchaser the opportunity to create their own masterpiece embarking on an extreme makeover that will reward its creator with a magnificent forever home taking advantage of its heritage incorporating detailed plaster ceilings, delicate glass light fittings and generously sized rooms unlocking the hidden potential that lies within. Positioned close to the ever-popular hill suburb cafes, access to sought after schools and only minutes away from the central city this is that "it" moment to purchase something truly special. Upstairs, the 1970s addition provides one large spacious room along with two smaller rooms where your creativity and design skills could be executed to create a stunning master suite, additional bedrooms or office, taking advantage of the beautiful bushland views. Set on a 969 square metre sloping section the house is nicely elevated to optimise the available sun whilst giving access to a large flat rear section. Close to the lush Green Belt of Dunedin, Bellbirds, Tui's and Wood pigeons will make themselves at home in your surrounding trees and garden offering a sense of serenity providing a relaxing and enchanting family oasis still so close to town. A single car garage at the street front offers parking and access under the house provides additional storage facilities. Opportunities like this do not come around very often, a chance to put your mark on an original character family home in the heart of Maori Hill, come and see what you could do.
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Otago and Southland
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